Manage the Emotional Conversations
Are you in a relationship in which you find yourself emotionally unstable? Are you often finding it difficult to trust your partner? Do you feel insecure when you are away from your partner? Do you find that little things set you off? Is your partner constantly accusing you of being too emotional or overreacting?
Relationships are so important to human beings. Humans are social animals and we need relationships. Everybody longs to be in a loving, helpful relationship in which they can feel special, have great companionship, sex and somebody to build their life with. However, many times people lack the communication skills, having healthy boundaries and just overall compatibility issues to make a successful relationship. You’ve heard over and over again that there is no such thing as a perfect relationship, and this is true. What a good relationship requires are good relationship skills.
Healthy relationship skills are knowing having a full and healthy life for yourself, knowing clearly who you are and knowing that you are of value, and being able to set healthy boundaries. This is what allows people to have effective communication and work out agreements to make a relationship that is compatible and mutually fulfilling for both partners. If you find that your life revolves too much around your partner, you don’t have enough interests and activities or maybe you have poor boundaries in which you are not able to clearly set and enforce your needs and you find your are giving in all the time, therapy can be a helpful way to help you learn the necessary relationship skills. Things are never all or nothing. Usually people will have some good skills but need improvements in others. Therapy can help you figure out an effective way to help you improve your relationship skills so that you can have the relationship you want. If you would like to learn more about how therapy can help you, contact All in the Family Counseling Centre Pte Ltd at +6590307239 to schedule an initial consultation.
Schedule an initial consultation
Through an initial consultation we'll help you frame goals and outcomes of therapy and what that would look like to achieve it.